So you’re in the club ready to dance until you drop, but the DJ is playing a bunch of songs you’ve never heard of before and quite frankly it’s really ruining your girl’s night vibe... ugh. Well we come baring good news ladies, because we’ve got a list of the hottest and most sassiest female DJ’s of the moment, and their whereabouts this year to make sure that nightmare never happens again!
Lauren Lo Sung
UK's rising Techno DJ, who’s self-taught and on a pretty big wave right now. With a string of high-profile gigs under her belt and an affiliation with arguably one of the UK’s most recognised clubbing brands, Warehouse Project, she continues to push boundaries in dub, tech-house and bass. Her influences range from Madonna, Tribe Called Quest, Fleetwood Mac to Mary J.Blige.
Eli & Fur
Eli & Fur have been a growing name in the house realm since their debut and with their popularity rising they’ve had the most successful summer of their career. Booked for some of the biggest festivals and events across the globe (including last year’s Coachella) the duo bring together deep-house, glamour and sass.
See the girls in action at the ANTS club night at Switch, Southampton on 3rd November.
Tech house Birmingham based DJ, Hannah Wants has been making serious moves for years, since the early days of her career spinning speed garage at raves up and down the country. She’s been holding down a weekly residency at Amnesia in Ibiza this summer and making festival appearances such as Coachella, South West Four and Creamfields.
Catch her live at Forbidden 42 festival October 27th in Leicestershire.
Positioning herself as one of the best young female DJ’s in the business, Barely Legal is a force to be reckoned with. Her influences range from garage, house to grime and her vibe is infectious. She’s a bomb-dropping selector that is loved by dance floors up and down the country and her genre-twisting sound appeals to everyone.
See Barely Legal play at Hospitality in The Park festival on the 22nd September.
Nicole Moudaber is a one-woman army marching her muscular take on techno all over the globe. Her label MOOD celebrated its 50th release last year with a collaborative record with Carl Cox and has served as a home for the likes of Jamie Jones, Pan-Pot and Carl Craig. She’s played at the world’s most revered nightclub institutions such as Space, fabric, DC10, Output and Stereo and showcased MOOD on massive festival stages such as The BPM Festival and Awakenings.
Catch Nicole playing at Drumcode Halloween, Tobacco Doc, 27th October.